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Seatrade Maritime Awards scheme - Entrants can enter from all regions of the world.
All entries for the Seatrade Maritime Awards 2022 must be received by 23.59 GMT on 23 August.
Entrants may submit entries in more than one category. If submitting more than one entry, a separate form must be completed for each, and each entry must be specific to the category – copy and paste submissions will not be approved.
All entries must be submitted using the official online entry forms. Submissions sent by other means will not be accepted unless prior permission has been granted by the organisers.
Amendments cannot be made to an entry once submitted. If an entrant has any concerns about information included in their entry after it has been submitted, they must contact the organisers directly.
No entry will be considered by the judges if the entry summary is not complete. Entries with less than 200 words in total will not be put forward to the judging panel.
Seatrade Maritime reserves the right to publish, in whole or part, details of any entries submitted for the Seatrade Maritime Awards 2022, following announcement of the shortlist.
By entering the Awards, the entrant hereby confirms that all information submitted is true and accurate. The organiser reserves the right to verify any information contained in the entry and the entrant’s eligibility to enter the Awards.
Entrants may be contacted by the organiser on behalf of members of the judging panel to clarify or submit more information. This includes contacting your nominated referees for third party feedback.
The judges shall have sole and absolute discretion in determining whether or not an entry meets the judging criteria and/or is in accordance with these rules and conditions.
Solutions and new technologies/initiatives must have been developed by the entrant’s company and implemented within the past year. Entries will be marked down if the technology/initiative has been developed by a third party or implemented prior to the evaluation year.
Entries must include sufficient information relevant to the criteria to enable the judges to have a clear understanding of the process, product or procedure involved, its merits and resulting benefits. Evidence and accuracy of figures and other information is essential.
The entry must have been developed (and proven successful) or debuted within the evaluation year (from July 2021 – June 2022).
Repetition of an entry previously submitted to a prior Seatrade Awards Scheme will not be considered by the judges unless significant improvements and/or developments have been since the previous submission. These improvements and/or developments must be clearly demonstrated and evidenced throughout the entry and supporting material.
Any supporting documents or additional information (website, video’s, brochure’s etc.) will be considered as supplementary information but not as the entry itself which should be submitted using the form and fields provided.
Submitting supporting material and customer feedback within your entry is highly advised. To ensure an entry is deemed comprehensive by the judges, any claims made within the entry itself should be supported by quantitative, and where relevant, qualitative evidence.
Seatrade Maritime Award winners are encouraged by the judges to provide a progress update in future years which Seatrade Maritime will use for promotional purposes benefiting all parties.